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Growing Pains: Complete Second Season [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Classification: NR (Not Rated) (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B004GJYR82
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 104,680 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By JC on 8 Jun. 2011
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I watched this show growing up and found myself enjoying it again. Like The Cosby Show and Family Ties it revolves around a wholesome family, the Seavers, and their daily antics such as school, work, peer pressure, dating, driving etc. Alan Thicke is great as dad Jason but the star of the show has to be Kirk Cameron as eldest son Mike, he was a great young comedy actor and very beliavable as the wise-cracking big brother. Made in the 1980's this has of course dated somewhat, however it remains fun and easy to watch and should bring back some memories if you saw it first time around.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Season Two At Last 11 Jan. 2011
By musicfan - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Normally I don't understand when people post reviews before a product has been released, but I can understand the excitement, and this is the first time I'm doing it. I will edit this and give it a proper review once I have received my pre-ordered copy. I'm just so excited to see this is being released, I have to post something.

After such a looong wait since season one was released, literally years, it looks like we are finally getting season two. Hooray-it's about time. If you like Growing Pains, you already know the basics of the show. Many fans, including me, have been waiting for more dvd releases. I wonder if the passing of Andrew Koenig, who played Mike's friend Boner, had anything to do with it. Maybe someone decided to take another look at the show and realized it needed more proper dvd releases. I don't know, that's just a completely wild guess. But I do know there will be many happy fans getting this dvd.

I have most of season 2 (and some of 3) on vhs tapes, and I watch those episodes more than I watch the season 1 dvds. I like the first season of course, but I think the show got funnier and was written better in seasons 2 and 3. The characters became better too. There are many memorable episodes in this season, including: when a popular girl befriends Carol in order to get to Mike; the first day of school when Ben stands up to a bully, and Mike gets surprised by a "new girl" at school; Carol dates a football player; Mike works at the fast food place; Maggie and Jason fight after a school meeting (hilarious when she leaves him at the movie theater); Ben invites a homeless girl for Christmas dinner; the "goofy glue incident", which has a few funny sight gags; Mike pretending to be in college to impress a girl (and it doesn't go well); Mike turning down drugs (and a special message at the end of the episode). One notably funny scene is when Mike and Carol are fighting over the phone, which again uses sight gags to good effect, and is also a reminder of days when teenagers didn't have cell phones to carry everywhere. Candace Cameron makes at least one guest appearance. My personal favorites this season are the episodes when the kids uncover a secret about their parents' marriage (Mike is particularly funny in this one), and when Ben brings home a "magic rock", leading to the whole family learning lessons on being conned--hilarious! This may be my favorite season of the entire series.

This show brings back a lot of memories, especially if you were a child or teenager in the 80s. I'm looking forward to getting the dvds so I can see these episodes in much better quality than my vhs tapes. I don't have all the episodes, so it will be nice to see the ones I haven't watched in years. I really miss 80s sitcoms, they just don't make shows like this anymore. You can just laugh and enjoy yourself without tons of crude humor that is obvious and not even funny. I don't care if it's corny and silly at times--that's part of it's charm. These early seasons are also when Kirk Cameron was at the height of his teen heartthrob status. So many memories.

Hopefully these will sell well and the third season will be released within the next year or so. But I'll be very happy to have this. I also hope more bonus features will be included like on season 1, but even if there isn't, it's still a 5 star season. Good show.
I received my dvd set, and unfortunately there was an issue with one of the discs, so I had to request a replacement. But so far, I'm enjoying the rest of the episodes, especially the ones I hadn't seen for years. The picture and sound are clear, obviously a huge improvement over the vhs tapes I have, and it's nice to have more of the episodes intact (they were edited for tv when I recorded my tapes). There aren't any bonus features this time around, but luckily the show itself is entertaining enough on it's own. The package design is nicer than season 1-the discs are easier to remove this time, and the plastic case is housed in an outer cardboard case. They used interesting photos and it's a nice cheery look.

It's easy to see why this show was such a hit in the 80s. It was really in at the time. They did a good job of teaching lessons without being too preachy, something I miss in tv today. It's funny, heartwarming, soothing, nostalgic, cool, and even cheesy at times. Really takes me back to a more innocent time. Watching it makes me wonder yet again why nobody is willing to make a sitcom like this today. It's a show you can feel good while watching. Kirk stole the show as Mike Seaver, but the whole cast did a great job. I enjoy looking at the fashions and hairstyles of 86-87, too.

It's hard to believe it took 5 years for season 2 to be released, but here it is for fans to enjoy. Definitely worth buying.
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
A Must have season finally comes to DVD!!!! 12 Jan. 2011
By Bobby - Published on
Format: DVD
Finally Growing Pains season 2 comes to dvd!!!!! People who own the great season 1 most likely thought we would never get anymore... it took a long while but it is finally here! Growing Pains season 2 is a must own season and THE season that made it one of the most popular shows of the 80's.
*crosses fingers that it sells well* cause if it does... we will get season 3!
A true must own :)

I also would like to mention that unlike many sitcoms.. Growing Pains never gets aired anymore! Lots of sitcoms can be seen everyday at many times. This classic does not.. I think it's played like once a week at 5 in the morning or something. So it's amazing to get a classic sitcom that never gets played anymore and have the complete uncut episodes!!
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
LOVE GROWING PAINS!!!! 19 Feb. 2011
By w - Published on
Format: DVD
I was so excited to see that season 2 was finally being released!!! I have been waiting forever! I can only hope that they will release the rest of the seasons so I can eventually own the complete series!! 5 stars for one of my favorite shows of all times finally on DVD!
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Finally! 17 Jan. 2011
By Rararoni - Published on
Format: DVD
I have been waiting for this for YEARS! I have watched the first season at least twelve times and I am so happy that this is finally coming to DVD. I hope this signals that ABC is going to release the entire series because it has been questionable up until this release was announced. But now I can't wait until April!
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
Show me that smile again ;-) Season 2 is out !!!!! 9 April 2011
By Serkan Okar - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
I am so excited to finally see the Season 2 is coming out I don't what else to say except "show me that smile again" :-). This was a great family show and the fans deserve to see all of the seasons out on DVD. I will update this review later.
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